If you ever tried to create an execution environment to automate business- or integration processes based on Open Source products, you know that this is not an easy task. Although Open Source products like Activiti or Apache Camel are of high quality, they do not run with production grade quality out-of-the-box. For serious usage scenarios typically . . . → Read More: Integrated Process Management with Open Source
In the ServiceMix forum there is an interesting debate going on about the Future of ServiceMix. I’ve collected some quotes from the thread. I know it is sometimes dangerous to cite people without giving the full context, but I think it helps to get a rough idea about the direction in which ServiceMix is heading. If you are interested in more details please . . . → Read More: The Future of ServiceMix
Recently when I talked to people or read articles about Spring DM Server it was frequently explained that one reason for using it in favour of plain OSGi is to gain independence from OSGi.
Although Spring DM Server comes with a simple to use POJO-based approach to implement OSGi services, the same can be achieved with OSGi . . . → Read More: Does Spring dm server help to gain OSGi independence?
Due to lack of documentation enabling request logging for the pax-web-service OSGi bundle can be time consuming task.
This is how it can be achieved:
1. Create a OSGi fragment bundle using Maven 2 like this: pom.xml
2. Add jetty.xml to src/main/resources directory of your project. Example: jetty.xml
3. Install the bundle into your OSGI environment.
This approach works with . . . → Read More: How to enable request logging for pax-web-service OSGi bundle